Hair fall is perhaps the most common problem faced by every one of us and it happens for various reasons.
Poor dietary habits, pollution, lack of nutrition, stress are the major contributing factors if you are losing your tresses on a regular basis.
If you have all tried all tips to restrict the hair fall and reverse the condition, turn to the goodness of amla. Also known as Indian gooseberry, amla is a storehouse of medicinal properties that can reverse various skin, hair and health conditions in no time, by boosting immunity.
Amla oil is an amazing natural antidote made from the fruit of the Indian gooseberry tree. All parts of the amla tree are supposed to hold high medicinal value, amla fruits are super rich in vitamin C, A, polyphenols, amino acids, iron, antioxidants and other essential nutrients.
Amla oil is typically prepared by soaking dried amla fruits in coconut or sesame oil for several days. This allows the fruits vital oil and phytonutrients to seep into the mixture. The oil is filtered and distilled to remove the fruits and then used.
Benefits For Hair
Amla oil is well known in traditional medicine since ancient times and used widely in many countries to promote hair and scalp health. A study proves that amla oil was a potent inhibitor of 5-alpha reductase which is an essential ingredient in the medication finasteride used to treat male baldness also functions by inhibiting 5-alpha reductase.
The Hair And Scalp Benefits Of Amla Oil Include:
Strengthen the hair and scalp
Lower the premature pigment loss from hair
Promote hair growth
Remarkably reduces hair loss
Treats all types of dandruff and dry scalp and other parasitic and scalp infections
Improve overall lustrous of mane.
Take a bite into fresh amla, drink amla juice, or massage your hair roots with amla oil, to know why it always found a place in your grandmother’s kitchen inventory.
Benefits Of Amla For Hair
The host of plant compounds, vitamins, and minerals in amla promote the scalp circulation and enhance healthy growth of hair. The richness of vitamin C in amla increases the production of collagen protein, which is beneficial in stimulating hair growth in both length and volume wise. In addition, collagen also replaces dead cells of the hair follicles with new hair cells.
Amla is one amazing fruit that can strengthen, nurture and condition your hair making it look lustrous and add volume to your hair. A single amla contains about 80% of moisture in it, especially for those with dry hair. It even works if you have oily hair, as it absorbs the excess oil production and conditions the hair.
Amla is one of the richest sources of Vitamin C, more than in one single serving of orange. Vitamin C rich foods are excellent to cure dryness and ward off dandruff formation. The strong anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties of amla are good in preventing dandruff and itching, triggered by dandruff.
Delays Premature Greying
As per Ayurveda premature greying develops in a person with excessive Pitta in the body. Amla a natural coolant is an excellent way to fix pitta and to reduce greying. Amla is used with henna to retain the natural colour of the hair. You can use amla in forms such as oil, powder, candy or even in the form of juice to give back your hair natural black colour.